Stray Kitten Found On The Road In Bad Shape Is Adopted By A Pack Of Loving Rescue Dogs

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A little two-month-old stray kitten, named Rilu, was found wandering the streets alone three years ago. He was very skinny and frightened.

He was walking aimlessly and meowing desperately, as if he was calling out for help.

Howl Of A Dog

Howl Of A Dog

Thankfully, he got that help. Volunteers from Howl of a Dog, an animal rescued organization, pulled up near Rilu and got out of the car to approach him. The second he saw them, he walked over to them and crawled onto one of the volunteer’s legs, still meowing.

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Howl Of A Dog

He was clearly happy and relieved to finally be getting attention from humans. His past is unknown, but rescuers believe that he was had an owner who no longer wanted him and dumped him.

Howl Of A Dog

Howl Of A Dog

Howl Of A Dog took great care of Rilu and nursed him back to health. He grew bigger and stronger each day, and was a very friendly and affectionate cat. Three years later, and he is still under Howl Of A Dog’s care. They’ve adopted him as their own, and haven given him a second chance at life.

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Howl Of A Dog

Over the past few years, Rilu has befriended many of the rescue dogs there. He loves them all, and they all love him back! They get along great, and the rescue dogs have “adopted” him and accepted him in their pack. They treat him like he’s a dog as well.

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Howl Of A Dog

Their friendship and bond is absolutely heartwarming and just shows that dogs and cats can get along and that love and friendship knows no species!

The video below is a compilation of funny and cute moments that Rilu has shared with her doggy best friends.

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Little Rilu wouldn’t have had a shot at this amazing life if it weren’t for his rescuers from Hope For Paws. Every animal deserves a second chance like Rilu. Shelters can be an extremely stressful environment for animals. If you’re thinking of getting a pet, adopt don’t shop! You could make one cat or dog very happy!

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Growing up, Ashley always had a passion for writing. After receiving her Bachelor's in Journalism from Stony Brook University, she now uses that passion to write about the thing she loves most in this world: animals! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up on the couch with a kindle in her hands and her Guinea Pigs on her lap.